Neighbors Working Coopertatively With All

RECEIVED Wed., Sept. 27, 2006

Dear Chronicle,
    Thank you for covering growth issues in Southwest Travis County [“Cease-Fire Ends in Southwest Road Wars,” News, Sept. 22]. The Hill Country Alliance was formed to promote responsible and planned growth to a region that is under tremendous pressure to urbanize. We strongly believe that citizens should participate in planning decisions, and we believe it is critical that water quality, natural areas, and water supply remain top priorities for the Texas Hill Country. We are not part of an “anti-growth” faction as stated in this article. We are neighbors working cooperatively with environmentalists, developers, and elected officials to preserve the water quality and natural beauty of this unique region of the Texas Hill Country. We have regularly invited an open dialogue with County Commissioner Gerald Daugherty and others to discuss these issues. Please see www.hillcountryalliance.org to learn more about our initiatives.
Thanks again,
Christy Muse
Hill Country Alliance
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